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"I like taking care of people. I like to make people feel better especially when they are at their most vulnerable point."

- Alexis Pompey, RN.
 

[Manufacturing]  Tervis Big Winner of Super Bowl LVIII
Jacob Ogles, jacob.ogles@srqme.com

It turns out Tervis was the safest bet at the Super Bowl this year.

The Venice drinkware manufacturer on Sunday night immediately made Kansas City Chiefs steel tumblers available, honoring the team as Super Bowl champions. The company sent out a release before the game announcing manufacturing for the products would begin as soon as the final score was in.

“Tervis, the nationally loved and family-owned drinkware company founded in 1946, is taking the field by storm with a new drinkware option to help you show off your team spirit,” a release from the company reads.

The company produced a 30-ounce Traveler with a straw lid, and custom-printed cups decorated to honor both teams headed to the Super Bowl.

The technology available at the Venice manufacturing plant also allowed Tervis to prepare for a Chiefs or a San Francisco 49ers victory and to make products immediately available. Logos were predesigned in anticipation of either game outcome.

The company shared footage with media of a worker making a “night game” style cup with the winning team logo set against a black background. Immediately after the game, a cup decorated in bright red and branded with the Chiefs logo and the words Super Bowl LVIII showed up on the Tervis website.

Tervis officials said every cup would be “complete with the new flexible straw lid option that offers a secure fit and efficient removal by an ergonomic tab.”

That’s a product that was only unveiled for the first time by Tervis last Tuesday.

“We are always striving to create innovative drinkware options for our loyal customer base,” said Hosana Fieber, CEO of Tervis. “As many of us take our drinks on-the-go, this new lid accessory offers security to minimize spills, more flexibility and is overall easier to clean than most straw lids currently available.”

Tumblers honoring the champion team are now officially available for purchase at Tervis.com. The cups retail for $34.99 on the company website. Note: The straw lid will not be available on all cups. It's only available for the 30 oz Tervis Travelers (stainless steel) and for NFL, and Tervis only offers the straw lid on 30 oz Night Game (the black-on-black design). 

Image courtesy Tervis.

[Recognition]  Nurse Follows Family Legacy, Recognized for Compassionate Care

Alexis Pompey, RN always knew she wanted to be a nurse. She comes from a family of nurses and followed their example. “I like taking care of people. I like to make people feel better especially when they are at their most vulnerable point,” said Pompey. She cares for patients in the progressive care unit at HCA Florida Sarasota Doctors Hospital.  Recently a patient wrote a letter requesting that Pompey be recognized for the care she provided to him and her role in his recovery. “I never imagined I would find myself in my current condition…I would like to recognize Alexis who was in a word ‘extraordinary’…specifically Alexis’ caring attitude, energy, positive nature, willingness to do whatever it takes…Thank you for caring, you far exceeded my expectations and you helped make this experience less painful,” wrote the patient. “We all feel her upbeat, positive and caring spirit. Patients feel it too. We are pleased to honor Alexis with one of the highest recognitions for nurses, the DAISY Award, said Todd Cruz, RN Chief Nursing Officer at HCA Florida Sarasota Doctors Hospital. Recently Pompey’s family accompanied her to work and joined her nursing family as she was presented with the DAISY Award. The award, given to nurses worldwide, recognizes and celebrates nurses who provide extraordinary, compassionate care. As a nursing student, Pompey did her clinical rotations at HCA Florida Sarasota Doctors Hospital. She chose to work at the hospital because of the sense of family she felt here and when it comes to family and nursing the two always go together.    

Pictured: Todd Cruz, RN Chief Nursing Officer joins Alexis Pompey, RN and the team from PCU at HCA Florida Sarasota Doctors Hospital.

[Grand Opening]  Grand Opening Event Previews Grand Living at Wellen Park, a Premier All-Inclusive, Luxury Senior Living Community

Grand Living, Wellen Park’s new all-inclusive luxury senior living community, is celebrating its official grand opening Saturday, Feb. 24, from noon to 4 p.m. The event highlights the personalized care, fun-filled lifestyle, top-notch entertainment and amenities residents enjoy every day and includes tours of the four-story building’s independent living, assisted living and memory care residences. Now open in Downtown Wellen, Grand Living offers 156 independent and assisted living apartments, 36 memory care units and resort-style amenities, including a pool, outdoor hot tub, full-service Grand Spa and Fitness Center, 150-seat Forum theatre, putting green and an array of dining venues serving chef-prepared meals. Grand Living has hosted a number of memorable events, from intimate gatherings and an inaugural New Year’s Eve bash to Midnight in Manhattan, a Big Apple-themed evening of martinis, Italian appetizers, Frank Sinatra and a dance floor filled by 150 guests. Residents also enjoyed an only-in-Florida holiday party – a poolside luau complete with pink flamingos and tropical drinks. The start of 2024 also brings more events, including brunch, a visit by Yale A Cappella and a romantic Valentine’s Day. Grand Living’s social calendar is complemented by rich amenities catering to health, wellness and places to gather with friends and family. Staffed by a full-time fitness director, the Grand Spa and Fitness Center features an exercise and fitness studio with state-of-the-art equipment, a full-service salon, massage rooms and offices for visiting medical providers and telehealth appointments. Complimentary chauffeured transportation to medical appointments is also available. Grand Living offers art and game studios, a library, billiards, the Grand Lounge and bar, a chapel and meditation center, pet park and an alfresco fire pit lounge. Residents also enjoy the walkable convenience of dining, shopping, entertainment, events and outdoor recreation in Downtown Wellen. The community offers Signature Suite studios and one- and two-bedroom apartments featuring 450 to 1,300 square feet of living space, luxury finishes, stainless steel appliances and options for dens. Twelve separate Grand Villas elevate independent living with two bedrooms, dens and two-car garage. For more information about Grand Living in Wellen Park, visit www.grandliving.com or call 941-759-6310.  

[Financial Access Federal Credit Union]  Gain Financial Guidance with Financial Access Federal Credit Union

Join us at Financial Access Federal Credit Union, where we strive to remove barriers and provide access to capital for your business. We provide flexibility and a consultative approach to lending. You never have to feel alone when seeking capital for your business. We also provide financial and operational support from our network of partners. We are much more than a traditional lending institution. Helping your business grow with innovative and flexible loan products and non-traditional underwriting is what we strive to do. We also provide credit-building assistance along with products and strategies if needed. This is the “Financial Access Difference.” We aim to grow businesses and provide access to low-cost capital by combining innovative lending strategies and a robust support system is how we will do it. Every business, at some point, needs access to capital in order to grow. Allow Financial Access to help you gain that much-needed access. Our name, “Financial Access,” says it all. Whether you need to restructure debt; lower interest payments; reduce revolving debt; free up working capital; buy vehicles or equipment, or other business needs. We are here to help. Need a smaller loan than is offered by traditional lenders? No problem. Need guidance on how to improve your credit profile? No problem.

Contact us today at 941-748-7704 or visit our website at www.financialaccessfcu.org to start growing your access. 

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[Recognition]  National Litigation Firm Mctlaw Promotes Attorney Michael Cowgill to Partner

Mctlaw is honored to announce the promotion of attorney Michael Cowgill to a partnership position. Mctlaw is nationally recognized for its work in complex litigation including  product liability, defective hip and knee replacements, kratom wrongful death lawsuits, vaccine injury compensation, and representation of Native American tribes.Michael Cowgill's promotion to partner at mctlaw is the culmination of a stellar legal career at the Firm. Mr. Cowgill has distinguished himself in national mass tort cases against major corporate defendants, including Johnson & Johnson and Biomet Orthopaedics, in lawsuits related to defective hip implants. Additionally, Michael has emerged as a leading attorney in the United States for high-profile kratom wrongful death lawsuits. Michael represents the families of victims who have died after taking kratom, an over-the-counter, opiate-like substance, illegally imported into the US but sold nationwide. Mr. Cowgill’s efforts resulted in two recent groundbreaking legal victories, including the first kratom wrongful death trial in the United States with an $2.5 million dollar jury verdict in Washington state and a second substantial judgment of $11.6 million in a Florida kratom wrongful death lawsuit. Michael joined mctlaw in 2018 and is based in the firm’s Florida office. A native of Miami, he graduated magna cum laude from Lewis & Clark Law School in Oregon. He earned his bachelor’s degree from New College of Florida. Michael and his wife Majka live in Sarasota, FL with their son James and are eagerly awaiting the arrival of their second child. 

[Job Event]  School District of Manatee County to Host Two Job Fairs in February

The School District of Manatee County is hosting two job fairs in February, offering a variety of positions for job seekers with on-site interviews available. Matzke Support Center is hosting a Transportation Job Fair from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Wednesday, February 14, 2024. Candidates will be interviewed on-site for open positions including bus drivers, bus aides, vehicle mechanics and more. Matzke Support Center is located at 1 Matzke Way in Bradenton. An Operations & Paraprofessionals Job Fair is taking place from 2 p.m. until 5 p.m. on Thursday, February 22, 2024, at Wakeland Support Center, which is located at 1812 27th Street East in Bradenton. Open positions include cafeteria managers, custodians, food service workers, HVAC technicians, paraprofessionals, plumbers, teacher aides and more. Interested applicants are encouraged to view openings and apply online at our website, www.manateeschools.net/careers. 

[Hospital News]  SMH's New Research and Education Institute Reaches Halfway Point in Construction

Sarasota Memorial and members of their design/build team are celebrating an important milestone this week – the official “topping out” of the five-story, $75 million Kolschowsky Research & Education Institute. The topping out is part of an age-old ritual that signifies that the new facility, located 1880 Arlington Street where the old Doctors Gardens medical office building used to stand, has reached its maximum height, in this case 82 feet. This month, workers are starting installation of support steel, exterior walls and windows, while others will focus on interior framing, electrical, mechanical, and plumbing systems. Roofing is expected to begin in March. Working in tandem with architects and engineers, the construction crew includes nearly 200 craft workers and a project management team that has invested more than 30,000 hours on the project since Doctor’s Gardens was demolished and site work began in early 2023. To date, crews have poured more than 10,000 tons of mixed concrete and installed more than 700 tons of reinforcing steel. When it opens in mid-2025, the Kolschowsky Research and Education Institute will be a state-of-the-art training and research center that expands research and training opportunities for physicians and clinicians caring for patients on the Suncoast. In addition to supporting clinical trials and research studies, the Institute will offer a range of education programs and state-of-the-art simulation center that expands hands-on training opportunities for physicians, nurses and students mastering new treatments and technologies. The roughly 80,000-square-foot institute will consolidate and promote Sarasota Memorial’s existing programs, while creating a collaborative and innovative environment that appeals to physicians and researchers and brings leading-edge treatments and specialists to the region. Sarasota Memorial’s research and graduate medical education programs have tripled in size in recent years, with more than 50 active studies under way and thousands of physicians competing for residency and fellowship opportunities at SMH each year. To watch a timelapse video of the first half of its construction, visit: https://youtu.be/FWclgWBm1CU. 

[Voting]  Vote-by-Mail (Absentee) Ballots for March 19 Presidential Preference Primary in the Mail to Domestic Voters

Sarasota County Supervisor of Elections Ron Turner will begin mailing vote-by-mail (absentee) ballots to domestic voters today for the March 19 Presidential Preference Primary (PPP). Only registered Republican voters may vote in the March 19 PPP. Turner said more than 25,000 ballots will be mailed to registered Republican voters who have a vote-by-mail request on file with the elections office. This mailing follows the vote-by-mail ballots sent last week to registered military and overseas voters with requests on file. “It’s important to remember that since the state Democratic Party already selected its candidate for the party’s nomination for president, only the Republican Party will hold a statewide presidential primary,” Turner said. “To vote in it, you must be a registered Republican by the voter registration deadline on February 20.” Turner also noted that voters have until 5 p.m. Thursday, March 7 to request a ballot be mailed to them for the coming election. A voter may request a vote-by-mail ballot in one of the following ways: Online at SarasotaVotes.gov/VotebyMail; In person at any of three elections offices in Sarasota, Venice or North Port; By phone to 941.861.8618. “Voted ballots may be returned by mail or in person to the supervisor of elections but must be received in the elections office no later than 7 p.m. on election night to be counted,” Turner said. “Voters who cast their ballots by mail must sign the certificate on the ballot return envelope and their signature should match the signature on file in the statewide voter registration database.” A voter may update his or her signature any time by submitting a Florida Voter Registration Application to the elections office. For more information, visit SarasotaVotes.gov or call 941.861.8618. 



[SRQIST]  A New Chapter
Laura Paquette, laura.paquette@srqme.com

A NEW CHAPTER | Florida resident Sarah Penner shares how she went from working in corporate finance in becoming a New York Times bestselling author, February 2024. 

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[SOON]  BUSINESS: Using Mergent Intellect to Find New Customers , February 28, 12-1pm
This webinar is perfect for anyone looking to identify who your prospective customers are and create targeted B2B and B2C prospective customer lists. Discover the power of Mergent Intellect, which contains detailed company profiles, industry overviews, and forecasts powered by Dun and Bradstreet, custom market research, residential contact information and consumer data powered by Claritas/Nielsen. Learn how to filter and export lists at will based on company criteria like location, size, revenue, and industry NACIS/SIC codes, to target your B2B potential clients, or based on demographics to target your B2C prospective customers. Once you have the lists, you can use traditional or digital marketing channels to nurture and sell to them. We will also give a brief overview of other business resources available from Manatee Libraries, free to access with your library card. Free, online webinar. score.org/manasota.
[SOON]  GALA: Polo for Brain Health , February 25, 11:30am-3pm

Join us for the inaugural Polo for Brain Health event by The Roskamp Institute. Watch the exciting Polo match from the club side pavilion or stroll along the sideline and get up close and personal to the action and thundering of hooves. Enjoy lunch and a silent auction of more than fifty must-have items. At half-time, you are invited to participate in the tradition of stomping the divots, or stepping on the turf upturned by the horses and take a carriage ride on the Polo field. The event concludes with the winning team awards ceremony. Advance tickets $100. After 2/11 tickets $125. Proceeds benefit The Roskamp Institute’s research programs on: Alzheimers Disease, Traumatic Brain Injury, Red Tide, Gulf War Illness, and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Learn more and purchase tickets at roskampinstitute.org.

[SOON]  BUSINESS: Inspire Your Marketing with AI Generated Content , February 21, 12-1pm

This webinar is for anyone curious about artificial intelligence content generation and how it works and who wants to learn how AI can save time and make marketing efforts more effective. In this session, you will discover how to incorporate AI into your marketing and recommendations to ensure your messages are compelling to your audience. Uncover what AI is and how it works, how to use AI in marketing to save time and inspire your messages and tips for using AI-generated content. Free, online webinar. score.org/manasota.

[SOON]  SEMINAR: You Are Worthy Life Enrichment Workshop , February 15 – April 11, 6-8pm
The Womens Resource Center presents You Are Worthy, an eight-week series moderated by Chris Florand and Denise Whalin. This in-person series is part of the Womens Resource Center’s life enrichment programs and helps participants improve self-confidence, boundary-setting, and negotiation skills. No program the week of March 14. The program is $25 for all sessions and takes place at WRCs Sarasota office at 340 S. Tuttle Ave. To register, please call 941-256-9721 or visit mywrc.org/youareworthy.
[SOON]  SEMINAR: Downtown Sarasota, Hindsight, Insight and Foresight , January 24 – February 28, 6-7:30pm
Downtown Sarasota: Hindsight, Insight and Foresight is a four-part speaker series conceived to spark an informed and constructive community-wide discussion about the future of our downtown. The six-week series will take place at Art Ovation Hotel and explore the evolution of downtown Sarasota over the last two decades with a group of four distinguished speakers, Andres Duany, David Houle, Mitchell Silver, and Victor Dover. Speakers will address vital topics including the current downtown master plan and how it was shaped two decades ago, how downtown has developed since then, the macro-level forces affecting the city, effective current downtown planning practices, and insights drawn from successful urban planning in other locales. Lectures will be held on Jan. 24, Jan. 31, Feb. 14 and Feb. 28. To learn more and purchase tickets, visit architecturesarasota.org.
[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Ringling College Winter Semester , January 8 – March 1, Various times

Registration is open for the 2024 winter semester at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, OLLI, at Ringling College, which offers noncredit educational opportunities for adults to pursue new interests, expand intellectual horizons, and enrich their lives. The semester, which runs Jan. 8-March 1, 2024, features more than 50 courses, workshops, lectures, and special presentations covering a wide variety of topics, including arts and entertainment, history, music appreciation, health, literature, philosophy, religion, and science. Semester highlights include Searching Dr. Google. What Should I Believe, The History of Psychiatry: Winners and Losers; Voting Behavior and the Electoral Process; Glass: The New Hot Contemporary Art Form; and The Historic First Federal Prosecution of a U.S. President. Classes are offered at the Sarasota Art Museum of Ringling College of Art and Design, 1001 S. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota; and online via Zoom. To register, or for more information about becoming an OLLI member, visit www.OLLIatRinglingCollege.org or call 941-309-5111.

[SOON]  MUSIC: Music Mondays , January 8 – March 25, Various times

The 2024 season of Sarasota Institute of the Lifetime Learning Music Monday Series presents performances and lively conversations with renowned and emerging performers, January 8-March 25, on Mondays at 10:30 a.m. at Church of the Palms in Sarasota; and Mondays at 3 p.m. at Venice Presbyterian Church in Venice. https://sillsarasota.org/index.htm.

[SOON]  SCIENCE AND NATURE: Coffee with a Scientist , December 12 – March 26, 10am

Join us for our Coffee With A Scientist series, a free public event held on Tuesdays in Boca Grande and hosted by Mote Marine Laboratory. Hear from Mote scientists on January 16, February 13 and March 26 as they share with you the latest in their groundbreaking research and their plans for the future with a Q and A session to follow. On Visit mote.org/pages/coffee to sign up and for more information.

[SOON]  BUSINESS: Collaborative Coworking Meetup at UTC , September 1 – December 27, 11am-4pm

Attention all business professionals, join us for a productive and inspiring coworking event at Panera Bread at the UTC Mall every Friday. Take advantage of this opportunity to network and collaborate with fellow professionals in a relaxed and comfortable environment. Limited spots available, so register now on Eventbrite. Panera Bread, 215 N. Cattlemen Road, Sarasota.

[SOON]  BUSINESS: Lets Connect at Oscura in Old Manatee , August 31 – December 26, 8:30-10am

Connect with local business owners at every Thursday at Oscura. Lets Connect is a community of collaborative business professionals from the Manatee and Sarasota County areas. RSVP on Eventbrite to attend, admission is free.

[SOON]  MUSEUM: Working Conditions at The Ringling , August 26 – March 3, varied times

Explore labor through The Ringlings Working Conditions photography exhibit, running until March 3, 2024. The Industrial Revolution of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries radically changed the nature of human labor. That era is defined by a global shift from producing goods by hand to manufacturing by machines and technologies that emphasized efficiency. Working Conditions explores the myriad ways in which photographs have communicated ideas about labor since the nineteenth century through examples from The Ringlings photography permanent collection. For more information, visit ringling.org.

[SOON]  BUSINESS: Business Networking and Cowork Session , August 22 – June 25, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Attention all business professionals. Join us for a productive and inspiring coworking event every Tuesday at Out and About Coffee in downtown Sarasota. Take advantage of this opportunity to network and collaborate with fellow professionals in a relaxed and comfortable environment. Limited spots available, so register now on Eventbrite. O and A Coffee Supply, 1316 Main St., Sarasota.

[SOON]  DANCE: Celtic Throne, The Royal Journey of Irish Dance , June 2, 7:30pm
Irish dancers and musicians from Edmonds Herbert W. Armstrong College and Armstrong Dance will embark on their fifth U.S. tour beginning May 5, visiting 10 states over seven weeks with their show Celtic Throne, The Royal Journey of Irish Dance. Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall will host a one-night performance at 7:30 p.m., June 2. Celtic Throne, The Royal Journey of Irish Dance explores the ancient origins of Irish step dance and celebrates the millennia-long journey of a music-and-dance-loving people as they migrate from the ancient Near East to Ireland, Scotland, England and the United States. Tickets to Celtic Throne, The Royal Journey of Irish Dance begin at $25 and can be purchased at VanWezel.org. For more information, please visit celticthrone.com.
[SOON]  MUSIC: Van Wezel Presents The Concert: A Tribute to ABBA , May 4, 8pm

The Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall is excited to welcome The Concert: A Tribute to ABBA to Sarasota on Saturday, May 4, 2024 at 8 p.m. The Concert: A Tribute To ABBA continues to be the top ABBA tribute group in the world, dazzling all who see with their fantastic performance while playing the most iconic hits from ABBA, including “Mamma Mia,” “S.O.S,” “Money, Money, Money,” “The Winner Takes All,” “Waterloo,” “Gimme, Gimme, Gimme,” and “Dancing Queen.” Tickets are $30-$75 and can be purchased at www.VanWezel.org, by calling the box office at 941-263-6799 or by visiting the box office Monday through Friday between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Groups of 10 or more should contact 941-263-6726. Pre-show dining is available through Mattison’s at the Van Wezel which is located inside the theatre. Reservations can be made on VanWezel.org or through the box office.

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: Theresa Caputo Live, The Experience , April 11, 7:30pm
For more than a decade, Theresa Caputo, known worldwide as the Long Island Medium, and star of the new Lifetime Series Raising Spirits, has touched the lives of millions of fans, comforting supporters when they need it most. Now Sarasota fans will get their chance at healing when the acclaimed medium and beloved personality appears live at the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall on Thursday, April 11 at 7:30pm. Known for her unique ability to communicate with those who have passed on, Theresa Caputo Live: The Experience brings Theresa face-to-face with her fans as Spirit guides her through the audience. A full-stage video display ensures that everyone in the theater has an up-close experience regardless of seat location. Through personal life stories, candid humor, and intimate details about her gift to communicate with those who have passed, the beloved television personality and best-selling author delivers healing messages to her audience, reassuring them with the revelation that their deceased loved ones are still with them, just in a different way. Recognized as one of the most renowned mediums for over 20 years, Theresa Caputo Live: The Experience is an awe-inspiring event you won’t want to miss. Learn more about Theresa at www.theresacaputo.com. Tickets start at $64.23 and can be purchased at www.VanWezel.org, by calling the box office at 941-263-6799 or by visiting the box office. Pre-show dining is available through Mattison’s at the Van Wezel which is located inside the theatre. Reservations can be made on VanWezel.org or through the box office.
[SOON]  GALA: 2024 Transformation Gala , March 22, 5-10pm
The Sarasota Performing Arts Foundation proudly announces the return of the 2024 Transformation Gala on Friday, March 22, 2024 at the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall. Featuring Kristin Chenoweth, New York Times best-selling author and Emmy and Tony Award-winning actress and singer, the 2024 Transformation Gala promises an incredible evening dedicated to experiencing the transformative power of the arts. Set along the beautiful waterfront of Sarasota Bay, the 22nd annual event supports the PAFs vision for a new Performing Arts Center and its transformative arts education work that touches the lives of more than 33,000 educators, military families, and students. The night begins with a bayside cocktail celebration and exceptional dining catered by Michael’s on East, followed by a thrilling concert featuring Tony Award-winning artist Kristin Chenoweth in the Van Wezel Hall. The celebration concludes with a rocking private afterparty in the grand foyer. Proceeds from the gala help to fund PAF educational programs, support our partnered educational programs at the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall, contribute to the planning of the new Sarasota Performing Arts Center, and solidify the future of the arts in Sarasota. To learn more and purchase tickets, visit sarasotaperformingartsfoundation.org.

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